Popular recommended best souvenirs to buy in Enoshima.

Enoshima is an island off the Shonan coast in Fujisawa City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
It was selected as one of the 100 most scenic places in Japan.

It is also famous as a representative sightseeing spot of Shonan.

Easily accessible from Tokyo, the route around Kamakura and Enoshima is popular with couples.

There is the Eshima Shrine, a power spot perfect for women’s trips, and the family-friendly Shin-Enoshima Aquarium.

There are also many other attractions such as Enoshima Sea Candle (observation lighthouse), Enoshima Iwaya, and Wakanigafuchi that make a tour of the island enjoyable.

The path from the entrance of Enoshima to Ejima Shrine is called “Enoshima Benzaiten Nakamise Dori” and is full of souvenir shops and restaurants.

You can enjoy sightseeing while enjoying Shonan specialties such as fresh shirasu (fresh young sardines), tako senbei (octopus crackers), and meoto manjuu (steamed buns).


Five classic and popular souvenirs from Enoshima

From here, I would like to recommend some souvenirs in the Enoshima area.

The following are standard souvenirs in Enoshima.

Inoue Sohonpo’s Kaimonaka

Inoue Sohonpo's Kaimonaka

Inoue Sohonpo is a long-established Japanese confectionery shop located at the entrance to Enoshima Shrine on Enoshima Nakamise-dori.

The “Kai Monaka” is one of the most famous sweets of the shop. It is a small, cute shell-shaped candy.

You can enjoy three different flavors, including grains of sweet red bean paste, sweet red bean paste, and white red bean paste.

The stylish shell-shaped Monaka seems to bring the smell of the sea to you.

You will want to enjoy them while gazing at the sea of Enoshima.

Main dealer

  • Inoue Sohonpo

Enoden Sable

Enoden Sable

The Enoden Sablet is a sablet with an Enoden design made by Miami Confectionery, a long-established candy company.

Not only the packaging, but also the sablet is designed in the shape of Enoden.

The crunchy sablet comes in three flavors: butter, cocoa, and cheese. You can enjoy butter, cocoa, and cheese flavors.

The Enoden Memorial Pack, a limited edition available only at the Enoshima Main Store, is also available, making it a must-have for Enoden fans.

The price is reasonable, making it a perfect souvenir. These individually wrapped snacks are easy to hand out at work or to friends.

Main dealer

  • La Plage Miami

Kinokuniya Honten Enoshima Monaka

Kinokuniya Honten Enoshima Monaka

Kinokuniya Honten is a store located at the entrance to Enoshima Shrine on Enoshima Nakamise-dori. It is famous for its specialty “Meoto Manju”.

The “Enoshima Monaka” is a cute shell-shaped monaka. There are many varieties, such as turban shell, hamaguri (clam), and scallop.

The filling of the monaka varies depending on the shape of the shell: the turban shell has a koshi-an filling, the hamaguri has a grains-an filling, and the scallop has a sesame-an filling.

For those who prefer to walk around and eat Enoshima monaka, we also recommend “iced monaka,” which is Enoshima monaka with an ice cream filling.

If you are walking around Enoshima in the summer, it is a good idea to try the iced monaka.

Main dealer

  • Kinokuniya Honten

Enoshima Maruyaki Takosenbei

Enoshima Maruyaki Takosenbei

Enoshima is famous for its Takosenbei, or octopus crackers.

There are several shops that sell octopus crackers, but one of the most popular is Asahi Honten’s “Enoshima Maruyaki Tako Senbei”.

These rice crackers are made using a dynamic method in which the whole octopus is compressed.

The thinly baked octopus crackers are so light and crispy that you can eat as many as you like.

Each bite is filled with the taste of octopus.

It is a perfect souvenir because it lasts a long time.

Main dealer

  • Asahi Honten

Nakamuraya Yokan store’s original Nori Yokan

Nakamuraya Yokan Shop is located near the famous “Yama Futatsu” scenic spot from Enoshima Observation Lighthouse to Iwaya Cave.

The specialty of the shop is “Enoshima Specialty, Original Nori Yokan”.

This yokan is made by mixing the finest white bean paste with green laver. You can enjoy the aroma of the sea, which is typical of Enoshima.

It is also nice that you can choose your favorite size: large, small or mini.

We recommend this yokan if you are looking for a different type of Japanese confectionery.

Main dealer

  • Nakamuraya Yokan Shop

Souvenirs other than sweets available in Enoshima

In addition to sweets, there are other souvenirs to be found on Enoshima.

  • tobicho’s shirasu bread
  • Muffin Lab’s Nico Nico Muffin
  • Kama-age Shirasu
  • Fresh Shirasu
  • Takakiyo’s Dried Fish
  • Enoshima Beer
  • Shirasu Beer
  • Salt Beer

Food and sake unique to Enoshima also make great souvenirs.

In particular, shirasu, a specialty of the island, is a good choice if you are looking for a souvenir that is unique to Enoshima.

It can also be used as a snack or side dish, making it a good souvenir to take home.

In addition to food, the following items are also available.

  • Enoden Goods
  • Ejima Shrine Good Luck Charms
  • Japanese goods from Nunyusha
  • Shells and shellwork from Kaihiro Bussan
  • Accessories from Furyindo
  • T-shirts from Shin-Enoshima Aquarium

Key chains and straps are also standard souvenirs.

If you want to buy matching souvenirs, check out the miscellaneous accessories.

Where to buy souvenir shops in Enoshima


In Enoshima, you can buy souvenirs at the following stores.

  • Asahi Honten
  • Yamamoto Shoten
  • Marudai
  • Yuzen
  • Harumiya
  • Nakano Shoten
  • Tobicchio
  • Nakamuraya Yokan Shop
  • Inoue Sohonten
  • Kinokuniya Honten
  • Tamaya Honten

You can also find souvenir shops at the following locations.

  • Enoshima Station
  • Enoshima Island Spa
  • Enoshima Aquarium

Souvenir shops are concentrated along Benzaiten Nakamise-dori, so you can choose your souvenirs while enjoying the sights.

Souvenir shops in Enoshima are not open very long, so it is safer to complete your souvenir selection during the day.

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